1. Colorado State scientists develop algorithms to crunch data from new NASA climate satellite

    Colorado State scientists develop algorithms to crunch data from new NASA climate satellite

    FORT COLLINS – Colorado State University scientists are involved in the launch of a $467 million NASA satellite that will provide researchers with the clearest picture to date of carbon dioxide accumulating in the atmosphere and in natural “sinks’ such as plants and oceans.

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    1. We at CSU have been working hard on this mission for many years now.
    2. This information plays a huge role in our ability to predict how our climate is changing.
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